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In the Summer of 2011 Loretta Proctor’s niece Kay went to visit her Aunt. Kay was accompanied by her friend Jules...
...Speaking of the widely-reported “memory metal”... ...Loretta made a jaw-dropping statement.
...Jules says that Loretta said of her son Dee, “A certain little brat kept it (some memory metal) hidden away his whole life.
Originally posted by navy_vet_stg3
I would like to know why ANYTHING dealing with a "weather balloon" from 1947 would still be classified. We can walk up really close to a F-117 Stealth Fighter at an airshow. We detect nuclear tests via seismography, and we have Doppler Radar for the weather. I see no reason, if it truly was a weather balloon, why any of this information should still be classified. That leads me to think, "Maybe it wasn't a weather balloon".
Originally posted by mbkennel
They were conducting tests about using balloons to detect Soviet nuclear tests, these would certainly be classified. Whether or not this has anything to do with the Roswell incident is not known.